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- Also ge·o·det·i·cal .
- ge·o·det·i·cal·ly, adverb
- un·ge·o·det·ic, adjective
- un·ge·o·det·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use geodetic in a sentence
She’s a geodetic scientist who splits her time between two scientific institutions.What can ‘silent earthquakes’ teach us about the next Big One? | JoAnna Wendel | November 11, 2021 | Science News For Students
He was fifty-six years in the Coast and geodetic Survey, retiring as its disbursing officer.A Portrait of Old George Town | Grace Dunlop Ecker
They serve also as bases for geodetic and topographical operations carried on around them.
There are also various geological and geodetic problems to whose solution magnetic surveys may afford valuable guidance.
In some instances regional magnetic disturbances have been found to be associated with geodetic anomalies.
The additional cost of the geodetic system would hardly reach two cents an acre.
British Dictionary definitions for geodetic
of or relating to geodesy
another word for geodesic
- geodetically, adverb
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